Blackpool captain Charlie Adam insists it is "easy" to focus on his football despite all the speculation concerning his future.
Adam is a target for several Premier League clubs and has been the subject of failed bids from Aston Villa and Birmingham, in addition to being linked with Liverpool.
Seasiders boss Ian Holloway has criticised Villa's approach for the midfielder and is adamant the Scotland international would only leave Bloomfield Road for one of the big clubs.
The 25-year-old impressed again in Blackpool's defeat by West Brom at the weekend and says he has no problems concentrating on his game.
"I am not here to speak about speculation," said Adam. "There is nothing I can say on it.
"Is it hard to concentrate on my game when clubs are putting bids in? No, it is easy.
"At the end of the day I am a footballer and I want to keep playing.
"If anyone has seen the performances I have had over the last month or so, then they will know the speculation has not derailed me."
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